Children's Ministry
Children's Curriculum: Trust Me!
Why we can always count on God ... no matter what.
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Designed for first through fifth graders by the children's ministry team at Community Christian Church (Naperville, Illinois), "Trust Me!" is a three-week curriculum that teaches children to trust God more fully. Highly interactive, and thoroughly field-tested, this Bible-based series based on the life of David comes with step-by-step instructions for easy setup, complete scripts for session leaders, PowerPoints, activities for both large and small groups, and printable handouts for reinforcing and applying each week's teaching. Click here for a preview of "Trust Me!"

Note: Videos are an essential part of "Trust Me!" For children to fully engage this curriculum, you'll need to order the accompanying videos. Click Here to get the videos created to go with this curriculum.

Total number of pages - 50 pages

This Resource contains all of the following:

Week One
Big Idea: What God Thinks of Me Is More Important Than What Others Think of Me.

Week Two
Big Idea: I Can Always Rely God.

Week Three
Big Idea: I Can Trust God with My Future.

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Topics:Character, Children, Children's ministry, Christian education, Christlikeness, Curriculum, Development, Discipleship, Education, Growth, Obedience, Spiritual Growth, Sunday school
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Angela Clinkscales

February 06, 2012  2:03pm

3 weeks? Is that 3 Sundays worth? Would like to know how many hours of teaching is expected. Thanks.

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